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[movies]Knowledge Held Hostage Symposium, Part 5
The Annenberg Public Policy Center and Rice University in association with Public Knowledge and the Center for Public Domain held a landmark conference on June 18, 2004 entitled Knowledge Held Hostage. Scholars of all types are facing tighter controls over the copyrighted text, images, and video they use for research and teaching purposes. This action-oriented meeting brought together academics, librarians, legal thinkers, and activists from around the country in a cross-disciplinary discussion...
Keywords: copyright; fair use; digital rights management
Downloads: 130
[movies]Red Touch Media Digital Rights Management System In Salt Lake City
Protecting our partner’s content is a major priority for Red Touch Media. We can assist you in adding Digital Rights Management System (DRM) protection to your own content or assist you in protecting and distributing content that you license from a third party.Address : - 5225 Wiley Post Way, Ste. 150, Salt Lake City, UT, 84116, USACall Us : - (801) 447-6860
Keywords: digital rights management system; drm solutions
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[movies]Knowledge Held Hostage Symposium, Part 4
The Annenberg Public Policy Center and Rice University in association with Public Knowledge and the Center for Public Domain held a landmark conference on June 18, 2004 entitled Knowledge Held Hostage. Scholars of all types are facing tighter controls over the copyrighted text, images, and video they use for research and teaching purposes. This action-oriented meeting brought together academics, librarians, legal thinkers, and activists from around the country in a cross-disciplinary discussion...
Keywords: copyright; digital rights management; fair use
Downloads: 125
[audio]Cory Doctorow's content used by ADISI - Cory Doctorow
Update May 24, 2007: Today, ADISI chose to take down all the subpages of their www.adisi.ch site (with the exception of www.adisi.ch/accessibilita, which they only host). This means that their "upgrade" of my translation of the excerpt from Cory Doctorow's talk at Olin College, which was the original motive for the creation of this item, is now off-line too. Nevertheless, I am keeping this item and the files contained in it, it case of future need...
Keywords: ADISI; Rengucci; Doctorow; DRM; Digital Rights Management; Tam Tam
Downloads: 682
[movies]The Access to Knowledge Treaty: What if WIPO Actually Worked For Us? A Digital Dialog Lecture with Cory Doctorow
This was a talk given by Cory Doctorow at the University of California San Diego (UCSD) Libraries on Monday March 14, 2005. Doctorow talked about Digital Rights Management (DRM) and the new Access to Knowledge movement underway to safeguard the rights of archivists, disabled people, and educators. This movement has been successful in helping to create a development agenda at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)...
Keywords: Doctorow; World Intellectual Properties Organization (WIPO); digital rights management (DRM)
Downloads: 826
[movies]Cory Doctorow on DRM at Microsoft - Cory Doctorow
This talk was originally given to Microsoft's Research Group and other interested parties from within the company at their Redmond offices on June 17, 2004. Cory's talk is in five parts: 1) That DRM systems don't work 2) That DRM systems are bad for society 3) That DRM systems are bad for business 4) That DRM systems are bad for artists 5) That DRM is a bad business-move for MSFT A transcript is available at http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Microsoft_Research_DRM_talk and http://craphound.com/msftd...
Keywords: DRM; digital rights management; microsoft; copyright; software; media
Downloads: 112
[image]DRM is Killing Music!
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Keywords: drm; digital rights management; riaa; p2p; home taping is killing music
Downloads: 4
[movies]Wat is (er mis met) DRM? - Netcultuur.nl
Deze video "Wat is (er mis met) DRM?" die uitlegt wat Digital Rights Management (DRM) is en ingaat op de nadelen ervan roept op tot het boycotten van produkten die zijn uitgerust met digitaal rechtenbeheer: "Geef DRM geen kans! Koop geen producten die gebruik maken van DRM. Er zijn voldoende alternatieven of..." De afgelopen jaren kende voldoende voorbeelden om deze oproep te ondersteunen en ook de toekomst belooft niet veel goeds met DRM, zoals te lezen valt in het begeleidende artikel bij deze...
Keywords: DRM; anti-drm; downwithdrm; rights; copyright; oct3; Digital Rights Management; Digital Restrictions Management
Downloads: 179
[audio]Open Source Loudspeaker Oct. 18 2006
Newscast about the open source community, including projects, hardware, software and the business of open software. October 18, 2006 edition. Today's stories include the unfortunate story of the Reiser file system's leader and an allegation of murder; MySQL creates new services, MySQL Enterprise Server and MySQL Community Server. A new open source codec, CoreCast, is a free Open Source alternative to an enhanced podcast using the power of the Matroska multimedia container...
Keywords: MySQL Enterprise Server; MySQL Community Server; CoreCast codec; MPAA digital rights management; Resier file system; Open source loudspeaker
Downloads: 78
[texts]The Basement Interviews
Interviews with leaders and key thinkers in the various open and free movements. These interviews are published under a Creative Commons licence, so people are free to copy and distribute them as they wish, so long as they credit me as the author, do not alter or transform the text, and do not use them for any commercial purpose. Please note that while I make these interviews freely available to all, I am a freelance journalist by profession, and so make my living from writing...
Keywords: suber, harnad, doctorow; digital rights management; WIPO; WTO; gutenberg; stallman; raymond; lessig; creative commons; free culture; rosen; hart; poynder; journalism; basement interviews; free software; open source; open access; vitek tracz; biomed central; public library of science; plos; varmus; eisen; pat brown; david lipman; richard jefferson; cambia; bios; michel bauwens; biotechnology; p2p; patents; copyright; joe trippi; open source politics; howard dean
Downloads: 17,735
[texts]Achieving Impossible Things with Free Culture and Commons-Based Enterprise - Terry Hancock
Free PDF E-book version of Achieving Impossible Things with Free Culture and Commons-Based Enterprise, by Free Software Magazine columnist Terry Hancock. 290 pages with 94 illustrations Available in paperback or hardback from Free Software Magazine Press. Additional information at: http://fsmsh.com/2770 From the cover: How did they do that? Six “impossible things”: GNU/Linux, Wikipedia, the Creative Commons, the Blender Foundation, Open Hardware, and the OLPC/Sugar project...
Keywords: free software; open source; free culture; commons-based peer production; commons-based enterprise; Free Software Magazine; Blender Foundation; Blender Open Movies; Wikipedia; Project Gutenberg; Open Hardware; One Laptop Per Child; Sugar Labs; licensing; copyleft; hosting; marketing; design; online community; Debian GNU/Linux; GNU General Public License; Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; TAPR Open Hardware License; collective patronage; women in free software; Creative Commons; OScar; C,mm,n; Free Software Foundation; Open Source Initiative; Freedom Defined; Free Software Definition; Debian Free Software Guidelines; Sourceforge; Google Code; digital rights management; digital restrictions management; technological protection measures; DRM; TPM; linux; gnu; manifesto
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[audio]Audio Wikinews Brief : July 26, 2010 - Wikinews
Two NATO soldiers are captured in Afghanistan; BP CEO Tony Hayward is set to resign and "get back to his life"; British snooker player Alex Higgins is found dead at age 61 and, in history, Arizona Governor John Howard Pyle orders the raid of a polygamist Mormon fundamentalist community. Audio Wikinews is a recap of the days top stories from Wikinews.org
Keywords: wikinews; news; wikimedia; audio; NATO; Afghanistan; International Security Assistance Force; Kabul City; Taliban; Bowe Bergdahl; North Korea; Kim Jong-il; Ri Tong-il; Cheonan; South Korea; Sea of Japan; Venezuela; Hugo Chavez; Organization of American States; FARC; Carlos Mata; Colombia; Tony Hayward; BP; Deepwater Horizon; oil spill; Bob Dudley; Gulf Coast Restoration Organization; Barack Obama; Open Rights Group; ORGCon; Cory Doctorow; Digital rights management; DRM; intellectual property law; UK; John Buckman; Magnatune; James Boyle; Adam Smith; piracy; anti-piracy; Pirate Party UK; Open Rights Group Youth; Germany; Love Parade; Udo Sandhoefer; Christian Wulff; Duisburg; Adolf Sauerland; snooker; Alex Higgins; Dennis Taylor; Philip Studd; Australian rules football; Gippsland Football League; Leongatha; Traralgon; Victorian Country Football League; Drouin; Sale; Maffra; Warragul; Moe; Morwell; Short Creek; Short Creek Raid; John Howard Pyle; Mormon; Mormon fundamentalists; LDS; FLDS; Joseph White Musser
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